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Highlights are the stained glass windows and the beautiful reredos carved in stone to illustrate the Last Supper. The Crowder family commissioned a window following the death of Robert at Passchendale in 1917. Another soldier with a window commemoration was Walter Barlow who was injured but survived, Both men were organists at the church. Exhibition describes the renovation from the closure of the church for safety reasons in 2010 to the completion of the project in 2019. Exhibition detailing the creation of a large church in the 12th century to its demolition and replacement by a small church in 1744 which was enlarged to its present size in 1879. Includes a photograph of the small Georgian church.
Opening times 9-10 September
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